Entertainment News: Virtual 2020 YippieFest Extends Registration Deadline to August 2nd

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CHICAGO – Got an act? Got a camera phone to record it? Then YippieFest wants you! The fourth annual Theater, Music, Film, Comedy and Performance festival is doing what all the hep cats are doing, going online and virtual to keep everyone safe (details closer to the actual dates of YippieFest, August 14-16, 2020). The acts will be submitted as video pieces, and will be presented the weekend of the Fest. The deadline for sign-up has been extended to Sunday, August 2nd, with more details after registration. Click here to register.

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This Year It’s Virtual and Online: YippieFest 2020
Photo credit: YippieFest.com

The 2020 YippieFest will be produced by founder Frank Carr, who also participates in the sketch comedy troupe, “Famous in the Future” … also featuring Desiree Burcum, Tina Teske, Michael Hora and Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com. They will be joined by other acts to be shown online (and free to watch), representing theater, music, stand-up comedy, monologue, performance and much more, in the spirit of the Woodstock and the Yippie nation.

The 2020 YippieFest will be August 14th-16th, virtual and online. Registration deadline extended to August 2nd, 2020. Click YippieFest.com for more details. Viewing details will be outlined the week of the festival. YIPPIE! YIPPIE! YIPPIE!

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

By PATRICK McDONALD
Editor and Film Writer
HollywoodChicago.com
pat@hollywoodchicago.com

© 2020 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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